13 Cameras

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  • 2016
  • 1 hr 27 min
  • 5.2  (6,034)
  • 41

"13 Cameras" is a psychological horror film released in 2015. The movie is directed by Victor Zarcoff and it stars Neville Archambault, Sean Carrigan, and PJ McCabe. The plot follows a young married couple, Ryan (PJ McCabe) and Claire (Brianne Moncrief), who move into a new rental home expecting to start a new chapter of their lives. However, they soon discover that their privacy has been invaded by their landlord, an obsessed voyeur, who has set up hidden cameras all over the house.

The film starts with a scene where a middle-aged man, Gerald (Neville Archambault), is shown installing cameras all around the house. The camera work is meticulous, and it shows Gerald's skill as a technician. He installs the cameras in the bedroom, bathroom, living room, and even the closet. Every nook and cranny has a camera fixed on it. There are multiple scenes throughout the movie where the audience can see what is happening in the house via the secret cameras.

Ryan and Claire move into the house, and everything appears to be perfect at first. They set up their new home all excitedly, unpacking their belongings and starting to make themselves comfortable. But soon, they start to notice strange things happening in their house. Small things like food going missing, cupboard doors opening by themselves, and the lights flickering.

As the days go on, things start to escalate, and Claire becomes increasingly alarmed. She finds a secret recording device in the smoke detector in their bedroom, and soon after, they discover more cameras throughout the house. As much as they try, they can't seem to get rid of them.

The movie's tension significantly increases as it becomes clear that the landlord is a sinister man who enjoys violating privacy. Gerald is shown from time to time as a creepy and dark figure, watching Ryan and Claire's every move while hiding behind the cameras. The more the couple tries to fight back, the more the situation worsens.

As the plot thickens, it becomes apparent that Gerald is not satisfied with just watching. He takes an intense interest in Claire and starts to stalk her from a distance, following her to work and even breaking into her car while she's in the office.

The story is full of twists and turns that keep viewers guessing. The climax is a tense and thrilling confrontation that ensures the audience remains on the edge of their seats throughout the movie. Without giving too much away, the ending manages to be both satisfying and disturbing.

The film's central theme is the loss of privacy in the digital age. "13 cameras," as the title suggests, shows how easy it is for someone to invade others' lives with the use of modern technology. The movie never shies away from the implications of the landlord's actions, highlighting the consequences of such behavior and the importance of boundaries.

Overall, "13 Cameras" is a successfully creepy horror movie. Its tense atmosphere, chilling performances, and clever plot twists make it a must-watch for horror fans. Whether you're a fan of psychological horror or just looking for a good scare, this movie is sure to leave a lasting impression.

13 Cameras is a 2016 horror movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 27 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.2 and a MetaScore of 41.

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